Cashew's Curtain Fabric

I've finally gotten the urge to start filling Cashew's room. Not a lot, but slowly start figuring out what exactly I want. I have no idea what crib we should get, no chair for nursing, no dresser or changing table, but hey, I've finally gotten the curtain fabric figured out. Chris wondered why I needed to get new curtain fabric, but I want to try to ensure the best napping possible so I want to make a roman shade with blackout fabric. So new fabric it is.

The paint color in this room will remain the same, and the paintings on the wall will stay also

I love the soft blue color of this room and I think the 3 paintings are bright, colorful and fun. So when I started looking for fabric I really wanted something to compliment the paintings. I liked some

Swavelle/Mill Creek Indoor/Outdoor Lovara Celestial Blue

(found here)

Robert Allen Kiki Pinata

(found here)

Richloom Indoor/Outdoor Wildwood Garden

(found here)

Waverly Wonderama Blue Jay

(found here)

There were a couple that were more subdued that I liked too

Waverly Pom Pom Play Spa

(found here)

Waverly Button Blooms Spa

(found here)

Premier Prints Cottage Twill Harmony

(found here)

But ultimately, I couldn't really pull the trigger on any of them. At least not enough to show them to Chris. I just didn't like any of them with the paintings. And, then the light bulb went off. Duh! Why don't I make a print in Photoshop and get it printed on fabric? Hooray!

I made this one pattern on a pair of shoes for our friend's wonderful daughter Jane

(seriously, if our daughter is 1/2 as awesome as Jane, I will be very, very happy).

If you click the photo you can see the pattern a bit. It's very colorful, bright, happy stars. And I knew immediately that that was the pattern I wanted to make. This is what I have so far

Clearly I've got some work to do to finish it. But I think it will be positively awesome. And hopefully Chris likes it :)


em said...

Meryl you are too sweet! Cashew will be awesome and Jane is excited to be a good example ;) love the fabric idea and Jane loves those shoes. I think we might have to commission another pair in a larger size. We just went to the Old Fashioned and it was awesome, as usual. We talked of you and Cashew and my mom says Congrats! Anyways, I have lots of opinions on cribs, chairs etc as you know so feel free to ask! And see you and that belly soon!!

meryl rose said...

Oh, believe me, I'll have a page of questions when we have our visit :)

Have fun in Madison!

Sara @ Russet Street Reno said...

I love one of the first three the best. Colorful! Pretty!

meryl rose said...

I'm loving the color, clearly :)